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At measure eight, where the final cadence would ordinarily fall, a new metric pattern is introduced to retard the motion and make a twomeasure extension more graceful. 1 Vasil Stoin, Bulgarskata narodna muzika various collections of Stoin, the notation is No. 163. In all quotations from the where otherwise indicated. (Sofia, 1927), p. 69, his except Meter The ji triplet as jJ In 2/4 or In fast 6/8 Instrumental than In vocal music (example Is more frequently found In 3). Played on the kavdl by Marko Dim.

22 carols. Christmas Example songs, especially Example 22. Tebe peiem, chorbadzine (We Sing Sta-ni ni-ne, go-spo - di-ne, to You, Our Master). 26 dzi-ne. pe-iem, chor-ba- te-be use the identical metric pattern, In different parts of the country, dances which J>. = 70 ) and Kldteno horo but in other tempos, are known as Zad-Krdk ( (NX =40). , tempo J -200) is used frequently, and does not differ from the 5/16 pattern, of which it seems to be an augmentation. The essentially difference between the two is in the number of accents contained within the meas- The 5/8 in moderate ure: 5/16 has only units, one of which two accents is J*-)?

Melodies with the elongated note at the end of the measure. fact The 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Melodies with the elongated note at the beginning of the measure. Melodies in which the first and last notes are elongated. Melodies in which the elongated note appears within the measure. Melodies with more than one irregularly distributed elongated note within the measure. Melodies with combinations of different asymmetric measures. ELONGATED NOTE AT THE END OF THE MEASURE The * 5/16 ( p p serves as the metric pattern for ") 25 popular and spirited dances, the Paidushka.

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